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Check with your ISP to ensure you have the correct PPPoE details. If your router has a built-in "ping" feature, try to ping a website and see if that works.
Check on your computer to see what IP address it has, and if it's been "assigned by DHCP" or not - if it has, then it should communicate with your router. If not, then there's an issue with your PC and router communicating together.
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This problem is either the unit is losing connectivity to the internet or the web address is being typed wrong. Losing connectivity could be caused by a number of issues, including viruses (yes, an Ipod CAN get a virus as can anything that connects to the internet).
If you are sure your internet connection is good becuase you can go to other websites, try plugging the Ipod into a computer with ITunes and doing a system update. That should resolve any issues.
You may be connected to the router, but the router may not be properly connected to the internet. You could try unplugging the router's power for 15 seconds, then plugging power back in. Also, try making sure all the cables in the back of the router are plugged in properly. The last thing you could try is restarting your actual modem. This is the device that actually connects to the internet, and it sounds like you're having internet connectivity issues. So the problem may be there.
Try power cycling the router. Disconnect the router from all computers and devices.Power off the router.Power on the router.Reconnect the router to all computers and devices.Check the Internet connectivity.
Its depend on your LAN Card Configuration, something it obtain or directly detect your internet connection but sometimes its not. That is why to make sure that you can connect you manually put IP Address on it. Uncheck the limited or no connectivity on the Lan Setting to make that when you are using Obtain IP Address then it shows and detect your Router or Hub with internet provider.
You need to properly configure the wireless settings of your computer. Make sure to disable the firewall on your computer like windows firewall or any other firewall. Now make sure that you have entered the correct wireless security key on your wireless settings. Go to control panel > network connections > right click wireless network connections > properties. Go to Wireless Networks tab and remove all the Preferred Networks there. Go to Add and proceed to adding manually your wireless settings.